Daniel E. Rosner

Daniel E. Rosner

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Llewellyn West Jones Jr. Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Room / Office: Mason 319
Office Address:
9 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 208286
New Haven, CT 06520
Phone: (203) 432-4391
Email: daniel.rosner@yale.edu
Degrees:

Ph.D., Princeton University

Interests:

Combustion synthesis/processing of high-performance materials, mass and energy transport in chemically reacting (e.g., combustion) and multi-phase flow systems, nano-particle formation, morphological evolution, coagulation, transport and deposition.

Selected Awards & Honors:

  • Rosner "Festschrift" Issue of J. Aerosol Sci.(vol 37,(3),March 2006); see p 241
  • Connecticut Acad. Science and Engineering  (2005)
  • Llewellyn West Jones Jr. Professorship, Yale U.  (2005)
  • Honorary PhD ('02) UNED (Madrid)
  • American Association of Aerosol Research D. Sinclair Award  (1999)
  • American Soc. Engineering Education 1988 Meriam/Wiley Engineering: Award for Engrg. Textbook: Transport Processes in Chemically Reacting Flow Systems (Butterworth-Heinemann 1986,1988,1990);Now DOVER(2000)

Selected Publications:

  • Spray Combustor Design/Performance; ChE Contributions and the Emergence of an 'Interacting Population-Balance' Perspective, Invited I&EC- Res.(ACS) Centennial Manuscript, vol 48(14) 6453-6464(2009).
  • Soret Effects in Combustion for Power Production or Chemical Synthesis, Daniel E Rosner, 2007, Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, in press.
  • Soret-Modified Hydrocarbon Vapor Mass Transport Across Compressed Nonisothermal Gases, Daniel E Rosner, M. Arias-Zugasti, 2006, AIChE J, submitted.
  • Soret-Shifted Dew-Point Temperatures for Surfaces Exposed to Hydrocarbon Vapors Dilute in Compressed Nitrogen, Daniel E Rosner, M. Arias-Zugasti, 2006, Chemical Engineering Science, submitted.
  • Recent Progress on Improved Rate Laws and Population Simulation Methods: Applications to the Combustion Synthesis of Valuable Nano-particles, Daniel E Rosner, 2006, Int. J. Chem Reactor Engrg., 4.
  • Drag on a Large Spherical Aggregate With Self-Similar Structure: An Asymptotic Analysis, P.L. Garcia-Ybarra, J.L. Castillo , Daniel E Rosner, 2006, J. Aerosol Science, 37, 413-428.
  • Flame Synthesis of Nano-particles: Recent Progress/Current Needs in Areas of Rate Laws, Population Dynamics and Characterization, Daniel E Rosner, 2005, Industrial/Engineering Chem-Research, 44, 6045-6055.
  • Calculation of Soret-Shifted Dew-Points by Continuous Mixture Thermodynamics, Daniel E Rosner, M. Arias-Zugasti, B. La Mantia, 2005, AIChE J, 51, 2811-2824.
  • Nucleation Mechanism for Freezing of Alumina in Solid Propellant Rocket Motor Nozzles , Daniel E Rosner, 2004, AIAA - J Propulsion and Power, 20(2), 380-383.
  • Aggregate Size Distribution Evolution for Brownian Coagulation -- Sensitivity to an Improved Rate Constant, Mauricio Zurita-Gotor, Daniel E Rosner, 2004, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 274, 502-514.
  • Multi-component Fuel Droplet Vaporization and Combustion Using Spectral Continuous Mixture Theory, M. Arias-Zugasti, Daniel E Rosner, 2003, Combustion & Flame, 135(3), 271-284.
  • Multi-variate Population Balances via Moment- and Monte Carlo Simulation Methods, Daniel E Rosner, R.L. McGraw, P. Tandon, 2003, Industrial/Engineering Chem-Research, 42, 2699-2711.
  • Bi-variate Moment Simulation of Coagulating and Sintering Nano-particles in Flames , Daniel E Rosner, J.J. Pyykonen, 2002, AIChE J, 48(3), 476-491.
  • Particle Morphology and Knudsen Transition Effects on the Thermophoretically Dominated Total Mass Deposition Rates from Coagulation-Aged Aerosol Population, Daniel E Rosner, Yehia Khalil, 2000, J. Aerosol Science, 31(3), 273-292.
  • Effects of Fractal Aggregates Morphology on Nuclear Aerosol Deposition Rates , Daniel E Rosner, Yehia Khalil, 1997, 12th Proceedings of Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics.
  • Erosion Rate Prediction Technique for Ceramic Surfaces Exposed toHigh Speed Flows of Abrasive Suspensions , Yehia Khalil, Daniel E Rosner, 1996, Wear Journal, 201, 64-79.